Regional District: Central Kootenay
The Village of Kaslo is the oldest incorporated community in the Kootenays, and is located 70 kilometers north of Nelson on Highway 31 on the western shore of Kootenay Lake. With a rich and colourful history including two National Historic Sites, this community is also accessible by boat or through its small airfield. Today, Kaslo and area is home to well over 1,000 residents. The Regional District of Central Kootenay provides regional or sub-regional local government services to Kaslo and area, a primary point of contact for those who live outside of our municipal boundaries.
With its stunning location and adjacency to the larger centres of Southeast British Columbia, the Kaslo/ North Kootenay Lake area is a diverse plurality of rural business, lifestyle and opportunities. Boasting strong natural assets, coupled with an optimal climate for summer and winter pursuits, the area is a strategic business investment location for entrepreneurs who don't want to wait until retirement to enjoy rural life at its finest. The Village of Kaslo hopes to assist existing businesses in their sustainability, while working with potential new investors and entrepreneurs to realize why there is no better place to be.
Kaslo has substantial undeveloped or underdeveloped lands, is moving toward ever increasing fiber broadband connectivity within the the town and has a downtown core served by a small sewer utility.
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312 Fourth Street, Kaslo, BC, V0G 1M0
The Village of Kaslo holds approximately 200 acres of land that accommodate the community aerodrome (3700'x 60' asphalt, registered/ uncertified/ no winter maintenance), some privately leased hangars and gravel extraction activities. Proposals for additional development or use of this land for econo...
333 Front Street, Kaslo, BC
This profitable business with an attached 2 bedroom home is located on Front St in Kaslo BC! Mountain King Restaurant is a Kaslo tradition that's been around for decades. Currently open 6 months a year with opportunities to expand this into a year round operation or continue it as a seasonal based b...
420 Railway St, Nelson, BC, V1L
ESCAPE THE CITY - LIVE WHERE YOU WORK - STANLEY HOUSE - SERIOUS ATTENTION TO OLD WORLD DETAIL AND CRAFTMANSHIP This unique historic property could have the heritage home converted into an office, restaurant, pub, live/work, daycare, school, etc. or the site could be redeveloped with a height allowan...
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